Code 3 1/32 Diamond FDNY Seagrave Ladder 10 - Diamond Plate Series (12990)

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Code 3 1/32 Diamond FDNY Seagrave Ladder 10 - Diamond Plate Series (12990)
Code 3 1/32 Diamond FDNY Seagrave Ladder 10 - Diamond Plate Series (12990)
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Code 3 1/32 Diamond FDNY Seagrave Ladder 10 - Diamond Plate Series (12990)
This Ladder 10 is like new. It is missing The COA and 1 small Hose Nozzle on left side of the truck. It comes in original Packaging and has the Ladder 10 Base. This is sold as is. Send email for more info. It was not on display, but was opened to show customers and somehow the Nozzle and COA was lost. Please look at pictures at bottom of page.

This is Item #12990

Scale: 1/32
Release: February 2007
Edition Quantity: Unlimited
Markings: 10

LADDER COMPANY 10, FDNY

Ladder Company 10, a unit of the 1st Battalion, of the 1st Division, of the FDNY, was originally organized in the former firehouse of volunteer Southwark Engine 38, located at 28 Ann Street, in lower Manhattan, on October 20, 1865. This company has moved many times in their long career, however all were in the lower Manhattan area on Fulton Street, Vesey Street, Liberty Street, Duane Street and South Street. On July 1, 1984, they moved to their present quarters, with Engine Company 10, at 124 Liberty Street. They are only one of two FDNY fire stations where the engine and ladder have the same number. The other houses Engine 52 and Ladder 52, in the Riverdale area of The Bronx. Their quarters, known as "The TenHouse", which was damaged on 9/11/01, is located directly across the street from the former South Tower (Tower 2) of the World Trade Center. Their first alarm area has numerous special hazards, including many old and new high-rise office buildings, historic churches, schools and several piers. In 2005, Ladder Company 10 responded to a total of 1339 alarms, of which 958 were workers. Included among those were 85 workers in occupied structural buildings.

Following the World Trade Center disaster on 9/11/01, Ladder 10 was placed out of service for a few months, as their quarters could not be used. They were re-organized on February 19, 2002 in the quarters of Engine Company 4 and Ladder Company 15, at 42 South Street, across from the South Street Seaport area. They remained there until returning to 124 Liberty Street, with Engine Company 10, on November 1, 2003. During that same period, Engine 10 was also quartered with Engine 4 and Ladder 15 at 42 South Street, for a few months and then moved to the quarters of Engine Company 7 and Ladder Company 1, at 100 Duane Street on February 19, 2002. They returned to 124 Liberty Street, with Ladder 10, on November 1, 2003, after the house had its interior renovated.

Ladder 10, originally known as Hook and Ladder 10, was first organized with a hand drawn city-service ladder truck, that carried a 40 foot extension ladder, along with a few smaller ladders. They had several city-service ladder trucks and later aerial ladders trucks thruout their long career. On 9/11/01, their 1994 Seagrave 100 foot rear-mount aerial was destroyed. When the company re-entered service on February 19, 2002, they were equipped with a second-hand 1989 Seagrave 100 foot rearmount (SL8905), that had originally been assigned to Ladder Company 61. This was replaced on March 28, 2002, by their present apparatus, a 2001 Seagrave 100 foot rearmount aerial. This particular rearmount is the only one in the FDNY fleet, with the distinctive murals painted on its sides. It was one of twenty-five 2001 Seagrave 100 foot rearmounts, delivered in late 2001 and early 2002. The one assigned to Ladder Company 10 carries FDNY registration number SL01023 and Seagrave chassis number 75776. All twenty-five are still in first line service in all five boroughs of New York City. Dimensions: 14.25 in. length

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